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Fungal field study day in the Wolli Valley, Saturday 6 April 2019

The Sydney Fungal Studies Group (SFSGI) and WCPS invite you to a fungal field study in the Wolli Creek Valley on Saturday 6th April. Meet at 9.50 am at the picnic tables (near the toilets) at Girrahween Park, Earlwood, to sign in and get a … Continue reading

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Autumn Walks in the Wolli Creek Valley – Sunday 19 May

Would you like to explore the full length of the Wolli Creek Valley Walking Track? Then join us for a Sunday morning walk through this bushland area. On Sunday 19 May starting at 8am volunteer members of the Wolli Creek … Continue reading

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Autumn Walks in the Wolli Creek Valley – Saturday 27 April

Would you like to explore part of the Wolli Creek Valley? Then join us for an enjoyable, leisurely Saturday morning bush walk in a remarkable natural part of Sydney’s inner south west, and find out more. On Saturday 27 April … Continue reading

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Bat Watch Picnic – Friday 8 March 2019, Turrella Reserve, Earlwood

Join us for our annual Bat Watch Picnic held during Australasian Bat Month This is a great family event, and an opportunity to see one of the great ‘urban David Attenborough moments’, as thousands of Grey-headed Flying-foxes stream out from … Continue reading

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Annual Dinner Friday 19 October 2018 BOOKINGS NOW OPEN

Our 31st Annual Dinner will be at the Scots Club again this year, at 29 Burrows St. Arncliffe, right near Arncliffe railway station. Dr Stephen Gapps, author of The Sydney Wars: Conflict in the Early Colony 1788- 1817, and curator … Continue reading

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  • Bat night | Leonora Long said 4 years ago: [...] is also bat day. The Wolli Creek Preservation Society counts grey-headed flying foxes in the Wolli Creek Valley once a month. In May the kids ... » Bat counting